Poems by Enid Blyton

April Showers
Apple Song
The Blackbird is Singing
The Bonfire at Night
Child April
A Christmas Carol
Christmas Carol
Christmas Gifts
The Clouds
Cold Weather
Dead Leaves
An Evening of June
Fairy Seeds
Firework Night
A Frosty Morning
Happy Days!
Hazel Nuts
A Happy Easter
Here Comes Santa Claus
In the Stable
Jack Frost
January Days
The Ladybird
The Last Feast of Autumn
The Little King
Little New Year
Off to the South
One Evening
The Party
The Passing of Summer
Poppy Dresses
A Puppy Writes to Santa Claus
Raining in Sheets
The Robin
Santa Claus Gets Busy
A Song of July
The Sea
The Spider’s Web
Trees in Winter
The Weather

Updated 12/02/21

14 Responses to Poems by Enid Blyton

  1. AMY says:

    Is there a Blyton poem called Come to the Fair? It starts “Come along Harry and Susan and Bill”…


  2. Amy Thwaites says:

    Thank you! I got a copy and it’s in there! x


  3. Anonymous says:

    Hi everyone
    I hope someone can help me. In one of the Noddy books there’s a poem that starts:-
    I wish I was a duck with splishy splashy feet
    Does anyone know the rest?
    Thanks in advance


    • fiona says:

      Could this be it? (From You Funny Little Noddy).
      With puddles in the street,
      And raindrops bumping on my nose,
      And splishy-splashy feet!
      I wish I was a little duck
      That didn’t wear a mac,
      I’d like to feel the raindrops run
      All down my feathery back!
      I really love.—”

      He gets interrupted by the milkman then, so we won’t ever know how it ends!


  4. Annakay says:

    Good Evening. I am enquiring about “The Shepherd by Enid Blyton. Please send the link for it to my email address or link me directly to it. Thank you.


  5. Salute to the children anyone got a copy of that poem


    • Fiona says:

      It appears “Salute the children” was written specially for the Daily Mail Annual for Girls and Boys (1944). I don’t see any record of it being reprinted. I don’t have that annual but perhaps someone who sees these comments will.


  6. Arpita nandi says:



  7. Sandra Milton says:

    Dose anyone know if Enid Blyton wote this poem
    But inspired of these adventures their misery was great for though they ran about all day they sometimes stayed out late


  8. Aniket says:

    Please share the link of the shepherd poem by Enid Blyton


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